|The Language Space - Inger Bierschenk|
The theoretical assumption put forward in the present paper is that text is a natural phenomenon, whose development is governed by inner dynamics, as regular as regards any living system. This dynamics becomes accessible through the language mechanism. Through language an individual forms his inner mental space into a textual representation. On the surface, because of writing conventions, the text is linearly progressing...
Keywords: AaO model; information flow; Italian; functional clause; viscal; elastic; linear relations topology
|The Information in the Folds of the Complex Adaptive Landscapes of a Verbal Expression - Bernhard Bierschenk|
This article is advancing the bio-kinematic and demonstrates that the discovered mechanism can capture emergent "AaO" units and track their growth in complexity. It is demonstrated that the textual morphogenesis is generating corresponding informational invariants. On the basis of the translation function, it is made evident that the sequential textual translation of English to Swedish and Swedish to Italian is producing the condition for an effective control of the AaO's within a system of lang...
Keywords: pertex; vertex; evolution; language dynamics; translation; adaptive landscape; structural distance; fitness; linkage; bifurcation; mesh; coupling; relation; depth; behaviourism; straining; function; macro; variables
|An Information Processing Experiment - Inger Bierschenk|
This experiment starts with the assumption that the structure and representation of scientific information should correspond to the cognitive structure assumed to exist in both user and producer of information. The model of investigation of cognitive representation is based on overt manifestations of concepts and conceptual relations as they emerge in the abstract language of titles of scientific documents...
Keywords: computational linguistics; cognitive science; information processing; information science; linguistics; representation language; text processing; thesaurus
|Analisi Geometrica di Testo: Manuale per il PTA /Vertex - Inger Bierschenk & Bernhard Bierschenk|
The essence of the present work is based on the Kantian(AaO)-axiom. As a scientific method in its true sense, the Vertex version of Perspective Text Analysis (PTA) represents an alternative approach to text-based studies. The inter-lingual character of Vertex has been tested and established in the context of six different languages, four belonging to the German family and two to the Roman family. The actual presentation concerns the Italian version...
Keywords: Functional text geometry; perspective text analysis (PTA); Kantian AaO-axiom; language space; flow dynamics; fusion dynamics; magnitudes; potential energy surfaces; free energy surfaces; energy landscapes; Italian
|The Discontinuity of Human Existence: Part III. Perspective Text Analysis. A Methodological Approach to the Study of Competence - Ole Elstrup Rasmussen|
This is the last article in a series of three, the objective of which is to describe the fundamental discontinuities of human existence. In the first article: The fundamental concepts of human existence and the relation between the singular and the super-singular, it is shown, among other things, that a number of classic theories have three fundamental concepts of development in common: canalization that encompasses transference of something from one another, correlation that encompasses recipro...
Keywords: self-reference; AaO system; human; existence; discontinuity; perspectivation
|Perception, strukturering och precisering av pedagogiska och psykologiska forskningsproblem på pedagogiska institutioner i Sverige - Bernhard Bierschenk|
This report presents and motivates the theoretical frame of reference and choice of research strategies and methods in a project on research planning. It contains (1) a theoretical model and (2) empirical data concerning the initial phase of the research process. A model, based on principles of general systems theory and a psychology of information, is described and the design of an interview study and its realization is reported...
Keywords: research problems; structuring; perception evaluation; policy; descriptive statistics; general systems theory
|Självkonfrontation via intern television i lärarutbildningen: Försök att modifiera lärarkandidaters perception och värdering med hjälp av videobandförmedlad självkonfrontation och traditionell handledning - Bernhard Bierschenk|
This monograph contains a description and discussion of self-assessment data obtained from student teachers, who have participated in a self-confrontation experiment. The measurement scale: Assessment and Evaluation Schedule, has been especially devised for this experiment. The report includes a discussion of validity and reliability problems. The self-assessment data have been analysed by means of ANOVA which has been carried out in 3 steps: (1) analysis of the structure of the F-tests, (2) pre...
Keywords: Self-confrontation; teacher; training; experiment; micro-lesson; self-assessment; Anova
|A theoretical basis for estimating quality of life - Bernhard Bierschenk|
The purpose of constructing measures of the concepts (1) quality of life and (2) dignity was to assess the possibility of self-actualisation and the constraints on life within each of three simulated social organisations. The potential predictors of the first experiment were derived by a factor analytic study of 51 statements based on N = 271 subjects. The extracted scales are (1) adaptability-security, (2) freedom of action, and (3) physical existence...
Keywords: behavioural science; basic models; assessment; dignity; life quality
|Cycles and Oscillations in Text Processing - Bernhard Bierschenk|
The classical research operations in the cognitive sciences concern categorisations as well as classifications, which strongly have been influenced by nomological approaches. As a consequence, information processing has been explained with reference to syntactic-semantic models. Because of an absence of structural implications, personal interpretations have had great impact on the presentation of results of relevance to the cognitive sciences...
Keywords: AaO paradigm; recursive phase singularities; physical mechanics; point attractors; clusters; Block analysis; holotop; holophor; terminal points; perspective transformation; deep; shallow; natural groups; connection matrix
|Behavioural Semantics: A Comparison between Topologic and Algebraic Scaling in the Measurement of Human Dignity - Bernhard Bierschenk|
This article is concerned primarily with the problem of measuring quality and/or quantity of psychological phenomena. Its purpose is to identify and examine the critical problem of qualifying a syntactic correct indicative statement. The exposition is based on the premise that both humanistic and behaviouristic oriented psychologists have agreed upon the necessity of the analytical proposition as foundation of all scientific inquiry...
Keywords: subject-object; distinction; categorical judgement; behavioural referents; response alternatives; cluster; one-dimensional space
|The Tacitness of Tacitus - Bernhard Bierschenk|
In the present study, emphasis is put on two kinds of measurement. One concerns the analysis of verbal flows by means of Volume-Elasticity measures. The other is directed toward the analysis of information flow structures and their representation in the form of a Metaphysical Cube. Because information transaction cannot be studied without an emphasis on the text producer's text building behaviour, his intended and oriented schematising as unitising activity has been focused upon...
Keywords: Europe; thought; kinetics; text building; tensile strength; kinematics; grouping; branching; cube; flow coupling
|Lärarbeteenden och elevreaktioner: Beskrivning och utprövning av två i beteendevetenskapliga teorier förankrade simulatorer - Gunlög Frost|
This report presents two simulators anchored to behavioural theories and based on the interaction between teacher behaviours and video-recorded pupil reactions. The purpose is to see whether student teachers use strategies when choosing a course of action and whether they then follow these strategies flexibly or in a stereotyped way. In order to check the way in which student teachers work with the simulators, the student teachers and the simulators were recorded simultaneously and this video...
Keywords: self-confrontation; interactive behaviour; simulation; behaviour theory; real-time imaging; CCTV/VR
|Fundamentals of Perspective Text Analysis (Substantially Revised Edition). - Bernhard Bierschenk|
The major assumption made is that language as a natural system is both self-organising and self-referential. Compared to common syntactic-semantic approaches, the present approach is ecological and builds on the unambiguous identification of textual agents and agencies together with their objectives. Because information transaction cannot be studied without an emphasis on the text producer’s text building behaviour, his intended and oriented schematising as unitizing activity has been focused ...
Keywords: perspective; control; agent; integration; entanglement; text building; behaviour; information law; text flow; synthethic; AaO; proposition; knowability; self-reference; interval; sensitivity; zipper; topology; invariance
|Conceptions of Cognitive Functions in a Science of Knowing - Bernhard Bierschenk|
This article presents a critical discussion of the use of the notion "frame", especially by computer scientists, as a theoretical construct to describe the cognitive representation of information. It is argued that an adequate description of "knowledge" requires the utilization of the notion "schema" as the theoretical construct. Based on this discussion, the construction of abstract cognitive models is proposed...
Keywords: constructive routines; cognitive models; data abstraction; frame; memory; schema
|An Ecological Approach to the Processing of Symbolic Information - Bernhard Bierschenk|
This article attempts to prove that an adequate cognition oriented approach to the processing of symbolic information abstracted from verbal expressions must consider a running text instead of scattered sentences. It is argued that the dominant cognition models do not give due consideration to the fact that a valid abstraction of in-formation structures has to be based on an explicit encoding of intentionality and valuation...
Keywords: cognitive model; assessment; symbolic information; dendrogram; discriminant function; multivariate analysis
|Television as a Technical Aid in Education and in Educational and Psychological Research: A Bibliographic Account of German Literature - Bernhard Bierschenk|
The report is a bibliographical account of German literature on television as a technical aid in education and in pedagogical and psychological research. The bibliography covers publications produced between 1960 and 1970.
Keywords: television; technical aid; bibliographic data; subject index; name index
|Självkonfrontation via intern television i lärarutbildningen: Analyser av lärarkandidaters självbedömning och pedagogiska experters bedömningar - Bernhard Bierschenk|
This report contains analyses of the results of student teachers' self-assessment and the assessment by pedagogical experts on videotaped protocol material. The data have been analysed by means of ANOVA and canonical correlations. Further, the ANOVA has been carried out in three steps: Analysis of (1) structure of the F-tests, (2) precision and power and (3) post hoc analyses. Canonical correlations have been analysed with regard to (1) significant bi-variate relations, (2) the relations between...
Keywords: CCTV-experiment; assessments; educational experts; self-confrontation; contrast analysis; Anova; multivariate analysis; precision analysis; effect size index
|An Empirically Generated Thesaurus: Truncated Registers - Inger Bierschenk|
Truncated registers (completed in 1979) have been automatically generated from titles of the scientific documents (ca 1000) that were produced by 40 randomly selected researchers at educational institutions in Sweden during the period 1937-1977. The registers have been compiled from Swedish text materials. A main characteristic of this empirically generated thesaurus is the Problem-Method-Goal model assumed to be basic for an information searcher (user) as well as for the information producer...
Keywords: computational linguistics; algorithmic coding; pattern generation; intermediate language; empirical database
|The Schema Concept: Bartlett till Now - Nicoletta Caramelli|
When in 1932 Bartlett first used the concept of âschemaâ borrowing it from Head, he intended to suggest a unitary structure whose elements interacted in a complex way. This structure, which aimed to insure the continuity of the cognising organism, was at the same time the expression of the functional principle responsible for the mutual interdependence between an organism, the human being, and its environment...
Keywords: cognition; schema; formalism; structure; organism; attunement
|Perceptual, Evaluative and Behavioural Changes through Externally Mediated Self-confrontation - Bernhard Bierschenk|
This report describes the development and application of the idea of microteaching in research and education. It presents a cybernetic model for a systematic and controlled study of the way in which the individual makes use of different feedback devices for self-control and self-direction. The model is applied in an examination of an extremely comprehensive collection of research literature. The result of the investigation is studied with regard to its significance for a person's ability to make...
Keywords: cybernetic model; microsettings; experiments; teacher education
|Den dolda storheten i Dvärgen - Inger Bierschenk|
This study concerns The Dwarf (Dvärgen) by Pär Lagerkvist. The author wanted to give his tribute to the Renaissance masters by letting the dwarf express his scorn and contempt for humanism. Further, Lagerkvist wanted to characterize the greatness and lowness of Man through the prince and his innate dwarf. It is a general conception that the prince character in this novel has retrieved properties from Machiavelli’s Prince...
Keywords: duality; mentality; holophor; language space; perspective transformation; fiction; The Dwarf; Pär Lagerkvist
|Conceived Limits for Manipulated Reproduction - Inger Bierschenk|
This article is focusing on the notion that the design of a civilization is perceivable to its citizens only to the degree that they have the cognitive instruments to judge it properly. With the purpose to clarify how two Swedish female adolescents comprehend the information structure of a utopian society, their written responses to Huxley’s Brave New World are studied. The method used for the analysis is Perspective Text Analysis (PTA/Vertex), which is founded on the Agent-action-Objective (A...
Keywords: AaO-axiom; functional text geometry; perspective text analysis (PTA); textual morphogenesis; free energy surfaces; civilization; utopian society; authenticity; Huxley
|Intended Predication - Inger Bierschenk|
The basic argument of this article is that the predicate, in its profane sense, has a realistic ground. A discussion of realism in language analysis is made on the basis of a reconstruction of the paradigmatic functions intended in the Objective component. By introducing the Subject component as the governing factor for analysing predications, the author schematically demonstrates the "ecologically significant" double binding between the objects of the predicate.
Keywords: realism; language; objective; AaO paradigm; linguistics; representation; figure; ground; cooperation
|Sustainability of Authenticity - Bernhard Bierschenk & Inger Bierschenk|
Today, design is the concept of fashion. This article is focusing on the notion that there is one ideal design of society. The search for ideal solutions of societal problems has been the habit of utopianism. With the purpose to clarify how a student understands prescription and the design of a perfect society, a discourse on Huxley's "Brave New World" is studied. This implies that the student as text producer is expected to communicate a particular intention and orientation, since certain viewp...
Keywords: discourse; non-linear language mechanics; AaO-paradigm; Perspective Text Analysis (PTA/Vertex); utopia; social design; manipulated reproduction; morality; literature study; Huxley; Atwood
|Applications of Perspective Text Analysis: A Thematic Overview - Inger Bierschenk|
This thematic overview presents some studies on the validation and verification of Perspective Text Analysis (PTA). The first section, containing the validation part, provides evidence for the hypothesis about the capacity of PTA to reflect specificity of ecologically specified observations in text production. The following section presents verification studies within various contexts and focuses on individual prerequisites and constraints that are at work when a person is put in a situation in ...
Keywords: verification; AaO-model; validity; comprehension; competence; Perspective Text Analysis (PTA); qualitative method; longitudinal study; single subject study; Case study
|An Experimental Approach to the Functional Analysis of Text Building Behaviour: Part II. The Information Flow - Bernhard Bierschenk|
In contrast to the mass-related verbal flow description, given in Part I, the present one focuses on the significance of the co-operative interaction of textual agents and objectives in the production of information flows. Perspective Text Analysis (PTA) is used with the purpose of establishing their physical and functional significance in a non-mass based description of text building behaviour. The most important feature of Part II is the double aspect in the methodological approach to text bui...
Keywords: morphological invariance; test; grapheme; distinctness; similarity; divergence; terminal states; operating structure
|Självkonfrontation via intern television i lärarutbildningen: Resultat, implikationer och rekommendationer - Bernhard Bierschenk|
This report contains a summarised description of the experimental design, results and implications of separately published analyses. The aim of the investigation has been to study the effects of traditional tutoring and self-confrontation via closed circuit television and video-recording on student teachers' self-assessment. In addition, the report contains recommendations for further research and for further analyses of data already collected.
Keywords: teacher training; micro-lessons; CCTV; videotape; experiment
|Research Planning from a Micro-ecological Perspective: Summary of Interview Study - Bernhard Bierschenk|
This report presents a summary of an interview study. The purpose of the study has been to obtain empirical information on how researchers at institutes of education perceive, structure, and define educational and psychological problems. The collection, evaluation and presentation of the results of the study have been made on the basis of system theoretic assumptions.
Keywords: research policy; interview data; system analysis; concept formation
|Textens essens: En dialog om Perspektivisk Textanalys - Inger Bierschenk|
The present chapter is written mainly as a tutorial for those researchers who try to get out something essential from peoplesâ way of reasoning and behaving and who suppose that this is expressed in their spoken and written language. Fundamental to the method presented here is that it gives a synthesis of the perspective that a text producer gives to a text in the moment of its evolvement. Since a perspective cannot be developed within single clauses and sentences but in the co-operation betwee...
Keywords: concept of text; agent as function; depth of text; perspective borders; graphical sentence; functional clause; perspective differentiation; integration; linguistic models; schema
|Selbstkonfrontation über Closed-Circuit Television in der Lehrerausbildung: Ergebnisse, Implikationen und Empfehlungen - Bernhard Bierschenk|
An experimental study was carried out at the Malmö School of Education in 1969 and 1970 for the purpose of studying the effects on the self-assessment of student teachers of, firstly, externally mediated self-confrontation processes (via closed-circuit television and video-recording), and secondly, dyadic confrontation processes (in the form of traditional tutoring). Detailed reports on the background, design and result of the experiment have been presented in Swedish...
Keywords: self-confrontation; closed circuit televison; teacher training; panel studies; structure analysis
|The Ideology of Pure Form - Inger Bierschenk|
Ever since Chomsky published his work on the syntactic structures, linguists, AI-researchers, philosophers and psychologists have been obsessed with trying to prove the relevance of the formalism that his work advocates. The Chomskyan tradition assumes that the automaton represents the highest form of knowledge, and that, therefore, knowledge of language exists only as propositions. In the later works of Chomsky, the X-bar theory, especially its minimalist version, is proposed to be a purified d...
Keywords: declarative description; phrase structure grammar; finite state generator; minimalist hypothesis; X-bar graph
|The Cult of Understanding - Bernhard Bierschenk|
In this article, understanding is discussed with reference to an Agent-action-Objective model. The formalism developed controls the processes of differentiation and integration underlying understanding. The starting point is a culturally agreed-on expectancy or prescription, which defines a particular form of understanding. Central to an investigation of how scientists model understanding is how they conceive symbols...
Keywords: self-reference; prediction; state change; classification
|Remarks on the Status of Inference in the Area of Knowledge Representation - Christopher Habel|
The concept of inference is one of the global concepts used for the explanation of cognitive processes. There exist mainly two types of characterisation: the logical and the psychological. These different characterisations are based on the difference between inference and rule of inference. Information processing systems can be formalised as inferential systems, i.e. systems with inferential processes...
Keywords: proposition; logical form; inference; time restriction
|Die Lehrerhochschule und das pädagogisch-psychologische Forschungsinstitut an der Lehrerhochschule in Malmö: Organisation, Ausbildung und Forschung - Bernhard Bierschenk|
The report is divided into five subparts: Part 1 gives a general presentation of the training and research organisation of the School of Education and its functions and relations in the educational system of Sweden. Part 2 gives a description of the organisation and goals of the several training sections at the School of Education and of the training schools connected with the School of Education. Part 3 contains a survey of the organisation, function and research activities of the Department of...
Keywords: Sweden; teacher; education; research; profile; training; school; timetable; study
|A System for a Computer-based Content Analysis of Interview Data - Bernhard Bierschenk & Inger Bierschenk|
Content analysis based on frequency distributions differs from impressionistic analysis and interpretations of written or spoken text. This type of analysis is objective insofar as it requires an explicit analysis procedure and a formalised analysis. Objectification means that a person transfers certain typical human functions to objects, i.e., tools, and that machines are developed that can carry out functions that were originally subjective...
Keywords: regression analysis; scaling; psycho-linguistics; concept formation; panel studies
|Perception and Judgement of Life Quality across Projected Societies - Bernhard Bierschenk|
The focus of the presentation is on the individual’s comprehension of “citizenship”. Study and analysis of citizenship concerns a person’s co-operative interaction with various physical and social surroundings as well as the cognitive integration of these surroundings. A person can achieve this integration through development of his abilities of judgement. Thus the aim is to make apparent the kinds of judgement that have been manifested on the basis of three different sequences of episod...
Keywords: citizenship; projection; future; cognitive integration
|Självkonfrontation via intern television i lärarutbildningen: Analyser av lärarkandidaters självbedömning - Bernhard Bierschenk|
This report contains a description and discussion of self-assessment data obtained from student teachers, who have participated in a self-confrontation experiment. The measurement scale: Assessment and Evaluation Schedule, has been especially devised for this experiment. The report includes a discussion of validity and reliability problems. The self-assessment data have been analysed by means of ANOVA which has been carried out in 3 steps: (1) analysis of the structure of the F-tests, (2) precis...
Keywords: self-assessment; self-confrontation; traditional tutoring; contrast analysis; Anova; precision analysis; power analysis
|Handledning för rapportering av beteendevetenskaplig forskning - Bernhard Bierschenk|
To enable the examination and evaluation of the quality of scientific publications and research funding, researchers should rely heavily on the principles of behavioural research for conducting and reporting empirical studies. In this report both general rules and suggested conventions have been compiled, i.e. (1) general principles for designing and evaluating behavioural research, (2) suggestions for principles to guide the researcher in preparing scientific reports for publication, and (3) co...
Keywords: research; behavioural; reporting; guide; preparation; design; control; criteria; writing; convention
|Concept Formulation: Part III. Analysis of Mentality - Bernhard Bierschenk & Inger Bierschenk|
This is the third article of a series of three about concept formulation. It presents an analysis of the mentality of a free and unrestricted interview. The article starts with an illustration of the way in which an algorithmic analysis of natural language production has been carried out. Especially the functioning of the algorithm in differentiating objectives from the perspective is emphasised. By means of the agent function, meaningful conceptual relations can be unambiguously and automatical...
Keywords: interview; differentiation; objectives; boundaries; affinity relation; topographic description
|Ett system för interaktiv beteendesimulering - Bernhard Bierschenk|
This report presents a system for the simulation of interactive behaviour strategies. The system has been constructed on the basis of a psycho-ecological model. The core of this system is an action-oriented behaviour simulation. The reliability of the information mediating variables, which have been built into the system, has been calculated. These are the association, structure and process paradigms...
Keywords: behaviour simulation; system analysis; event; action; mediating variables
|Overcoming European language barriers: A new foundation for text analysis - Bernhard Bierschenk|
The present discussion is meant to serve the explanation of significant novelties, resulting from a search through the holophors of Swedish, English, German, Danish, French, and Italian text productions. Holophors have the capacity to enhance the fundamental relation between ideas and motifs through the explicitness of the functional state-termini relations. It follows that their common causal determination can be treated as the efficient definition of adaptation and consequently translational f...
Keywords: Emergent themes; emergent motifs; transformations on information invariants; structural stability; super-symmetries; spacetime structures; AaO axiom; energy landscapes; conceptual invariance; Swedish spirit
|Heterogeneity in the Apprehension of Adaptation and Justice - Bernhard Bierschenk & Inger Bierschenk|
The present report is about the fourth experiment in a series of five. This series concerns a longitudinal study of changing shapes of mind. Based on the assumption that mind is an emergent property of the processes that produce natural language expressions, mental development is discoverable through the Agent-action-Objective (AaO) mechanisms. The present study is focussing on the way in which the evolutionnary process of text production portrays the system of thought that holds that human fitn...
Keywords: PTA; AaO model; non-linear; language mechanics; learning strategy; competence; consciousness; shapes; mind; language; space representation; heterochrony; Strindberg
|Studier i lärarkandidaters språkbehandling i undervisningssituationer (Revised Edition) - Inger Bierschenk|
Title in English: “Studies in student teachers’ language use in teaching situations”. Subtitle: “Experiments in analyzing stereotypic expressions by three different measures”. When student teachers by videotape technology have been confronted with their own teaching at two teaching sessions to assess their language use, it has been shown that they have done very well in their estimation of themselves...
Keywords: language use; verbal performance; experiment; educational experts; panel assessments; self-assessment
|Intermediate language structure. A method for the generation of a language for representing scientific information. - Inger Bierschenk|
In modern information and documentation systems, the thesaurus has the important function of serving as a link between the author of a document and the information searcher. For this reason, the language structure of thesauri should receive more attention than has been the case so far. In this study, the intermediate function of the thesaurus has led to an investigation of the principles for structuring and representing information in such a way that it corresponds to the cognitive structure...
Keywords: algorithmic coding; computational linguistics; concept recognition; empirical database; information science; representation language; structural analysis; text processing; text representation
|The Ecological Approach to Diagnosis of Service Information Behaviour - Bernhard Bierschenk|
This paper presents a new approach to analysing verbal behaviour. Underlying this approach is a subject-governed model, which means that a text producer (agent) is the reference point in coding. The study through which the method is exemplified originates from a survey of mechanics carried out by a Swedish multinational machine industry. The results illustrate how workers in various cultural contexts value information of relevance to their job performance...
Keywords: workers; cultural context; subjective consciousness
|Produced Consciousness: Shapes of the Machiavellian Snake - Bernhard Bierschenk|
Consciousness, in the beginning of its scientific use, was considered to be material, i.e., to represent an attribute of substance or matter. During later periods, it was associated with learning processes. Based on questionnaires and interviews, a number of different definitions have made its learned content dependent on statistical measures of what people consciously know. However, statically and without a proper time-scale, it is impossible to identify causal links to the biological mechanism...
Keywords: functional text geometry; real time imaging; AaO-axiom; perspective text analysis (PTA); textual morphogenesis; structural stability; consciousness; historical time; renaissance society; Machiavelli
|Ett didaktiskt långtidsprogram för kompetensutveckling i svenska på gymnasiet - Inger Bierschenk|
This work presents a longitudinal didactic experiment based on the idea that literature, especially fiction, can serve as a basis for developing competence. Of critical importance is the teacher’s knowledge of the variation of conceptual depth in teaching materials. Based on five empirically discovered degrees of difficulty in literary texts, examples of writers and novels suitable as teaching materials for each degree are discussed...
Keywords: competence; didactics; longitudinal; high school; training; Swedish; synthesis; literature; fiction
|Simulating Strategies of Interactive Behaviour - Bernhard Bierschenk|
Effective communication is of crucial importance for the development of effective social organisations. Deficient communication combined with rapid technological and social changes appears to lead to both ecological and psychological imbalance. An increasing number of environmental groups are working for ecological improvements, but young people seem to find it increasingly difficult to master the task of developing an integrated personality...
Keywords: behaviour patterns; behaviour change; television; simulation; teacher education; personality development
|A System for Interactive Behaviour Simulation - Bernhard Bierschenk|
This report presents a system for simulation of interactive behaviour strategies. The system has been constructed on the basis of a psycho-ecological model. The basic unit is an event. Each event has been concretised by means of closed circuit television and video recording techniques and anchored in three basic paradigms of behavioural science, namely the paradigms of association, structure and process...
Keywords: adaptive behaviour; strategies; simulation; events; actions; principles
|Tre uppsatser om beteendevetenskaplig forskning, kulturtraditioner och personlighetsteorier - Hans Arte|
1. A model of analysis is introduced and behavioural science is delimitated using scales of definitions. Various steering factors in science are discussed. Special attention is directed to the steering power of the scientific language 2. The development of school-system and special education are analysed in relation to two traditions of culture: the scientific-mercantile and the humanistic-romantic traditions...
Keywords: behaviour models; research process; steering; scientific language; cultural traditions; personality theory; structure analysis; simulation; CCTV/VR